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  • A History of Lexington(170 clicks)
  • Both Sides of the Question(141 clicks)
    SHOWS HOW A MODERN METROPOLITAN NEWSPAPER, THE DETROIT NEWS, IS OPERATED & WHAT PEOPLE THINK ABOUT IT.
  • Detroit Race Riots of 1943(120 clicks)
  • Durand Union Station(191 clicks)
    Michigan Railroad History Museum
  • Ghost Towns of the Keweenaw Peninsula(188 clicks)
  • Ghostly salt city beneath Detroit, The(111 clicks)
    Like a Jules Verne fantasy, a ghostly city with its own network of four lane highways lies deep beneath the industrial heart of Detroit, its crystalline walls glittering and gleaming in the flickering light. It is a world of no night or day. It is a world of salt.
  • Great Depression in Michigan(147 clicks)
  • H-Michigan Discussion Network(144 clicks)
    H-Michigan is the H-Net discussion list devoted to the study of the history of the state of Michigan.
  • Lost Landscapes of Detroit (210)(119 clicks)
    Compilation of historical images of Detroit, Michigan (1917-1970), edited by Rick Prelinger for presentation at Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD) on February 10, 2010
  • Lost Landscapes of Detroit 2 (2011) (2011)(136 clicks)
  • Michigan Biographical Index(146 clicks)
  • Michigan History Links(123 clicks)
    Useful site
  • Michigan History Magazine(137 clicks)
  • S. S. Edmund Fitzgerald(131 clicks)
    The legend of the Edmund Fitzgerald remains the most mysterious and controversial of all shipwreck tales heard around the Great Lakes. Her story is surpassed in books, film and media only by that of the Titanic. Canadian folksinger Gordon Lightfoot inspired popular interest in this vessel with his 1976 ballad, "The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald."
  • Sanilac County Historic Village and Museum(134 clicks)
    Includes Lexington